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Clarky2013

Standard Wing Mirros

4 posts in this topic

Hi,

May seem a stupid question but thought I'd ask to find out,

I have standard wing mirrors and sometimes parking in tight spaces I gently slide the mirrors backwards (so the align with the car better, just like the electric ones do) The wing mirrors seem to slide with ease and don't feel like they are breaking or creaking or anything,

Is this OK to do? I don't do it all the time, just on occasion in a tightly spaced car park.

Thanks

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They're designed to fold back, they'll be absolutely fine. Might be splitting hairs, but they're actually door mirrors....

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I always fold car mirrors back when parked.

Saves them being kicked/snapped/knocked off.

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Cheers guys, I thought that might be the case ! :)

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